As an emerging designer, Marie-Eve Aubry focuses on doing less but better products while incorporating the 4 circular design strategies, I offer a concise and refined collection where garments are comfortable, modern, dynamic, seasonless, and quality pieces upcycling only preowned and discarded materials.
Each design is initiated by an environmental concern as well as a deep passion for the functionality and the durability of a garment. This is why design for longevity is at the core of her collection because she thinks garments with high-quality workmanship, durable materials, good fits and convertible designs will provide long-lasting garments that people can wear and cherish for a long time.
Marie-Eve Aubry won the Telio Prize for the technical innovation of her final collection No/Shelter 2018.
She also received the Simons Fashion Design Student Award during the CAFA Awards 2019 for her outstanding work.
Aubry was selected as a menswear Menswear Finalist at Redress Design Award 2020.
She has been published in Elle Canada and Vogue Hong Kong.